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Here are two secondary sources about Pestalozzi written by a historian (J.A. Green), Professor of Education at the University of Sheffield.
Green, John Alfred. The Educational Ideas of Pestalozzi. Warwick & York, Inc., University Tutorial Press, Ld., 1867.
Green, John Alfred. Life and Work of Pestalozzi. Warwick & York, Inc., University Tutorial Press, Ld., 1912.
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